In the annual Financial Literacy survey conducted for NerdWallet and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, we note that it’s not just credit-challenged Americans that come up short in understanding their finances.
We slice and dice TrueCar’s inaugural Pre-Owned Value Awards list to come up with those used cars best suited for credit-challenged borrowers.
If you’re thinking of buying a car and you have less than perfect credit, you might consider taking the plunge sooner rather than later as Experian Automotive’s latest report shows an increase in the percentage of delinquencies in the subprime sector.
We slice and dice the list of “2016 Best Cars for Families” from U.S. News and come up with a handful that should be affordable even for those with less than perfect credit.
In a recent report from Experian Automotive shows a trend for longer car loan terms – which is particularly disturbing for borrowers with poor credit.
The good news is that car thefts are declining steadily across the country. The bad news is that the theft of car parts and accessories is on the rise.